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Marylebone High Street & Paddington Street LEN Consultation

Wed, November 21, 2018 10:21 AM | Anonymous

As part of the Marylebone Low Emission Neighbourhood (LEN), Westminster City Council is proposing to introduce a number of new measures around Marylebone High Street and Paddington Street. These interventions will sit alongside the behaviour change measures already undertaken as part of the LEN programme.

Details of these proposals are set out below, showing the existing and proposed arrangements, as well as information on the rationale. Once implemented, these proposals will be the first of their kind in Westminster.

If you would like to comment on the proposals or have any questions, please email info@marylebonelen.org by 11.59pm on 5th December 2018. Responses will be considered before proceeding with the next stages of design and implementation.

Marylebone High Street (Paddington Street/Devonshire Street)

Key elements of the proposal:

  • Relocated pedestrian crossings for improved pedestrian amenity
  • Wider and upgraded footways
  • Extensive SuDS and planting
  • Increased cycle parking
  • 5 new trees
  • New pedestrian crossing facility across Devonshire Street
  • Continuous footway across entrance to Beaumont Mews

Marylebone High Street

Key elements of the proposal:

  • 1 new tree
  • SuDS and planting
  • Realigned cycle parking

Marylebone High Street (St. Vincent Street/New Cavendish Street)

Key elements of the proposal:

  • New pedestrian crossing on Marylebone High Street improving access to St. Vincent’s Primary School
  • Shorter pedestrian crossing across New Cavendish Street
  • Clearer footway on New Cavendish Street
  • 1 new tree
  • SuDS and planting
  • Increased cycle parking

Paddington Street Gardens area

Key elements of the proposal:

  • Introduction of a new pedestrian crossing on Paddington Street, helping to link the north and south side of Paddington Street Gardens.
  • Introduction of Sustainable Drainage System (SuDS) beds including pollution absorbing planting
  • 6 new trees
  • Closure of Ashland Place to motor vehicles, with cycle access retained
  • Continuous footway for pedestrians across entrance to Ashland Place, with a dropped kerb for emergency vehicle and cycle access

For all the plans visit http://marylebonelen.org/


The Marylebone Association

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